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American culture “The city seen from the Queensboro Bridge is always the city seen for the first time, in its first wild promise of all the mystery and the beauty in the world.” F. Top ten New York travel attractions: New York skyline Now surf the following sites to learn something about the history of the city History of New York timeline history: Some information about New Times Square Brooklyn Bridge And now watch the videos below A day out in New NY You read some information and watched some videos about New York. Can you name some of the most famous NY attractions? Let's sing "New York New York" with Frank Sinatra ..." ... ...and "Sunday Morning New York Blue" with Rob Thomas! Which song did you like the most? Read carefully the lyrics, Tom Wolfe

~ Anime ~ A little Brit of us Home - Photo editor and photo effects online, edit images with BeFunky TEACHING WITH iPAD IN A FLIPPED CLASSROOM ANIME eduCanon Create, Edit, Share Paste video URLs from YouTube, TeacherTube, SchoolTube, Shmoop, and elsewhere. Add rich, dynamic questions during the video, making a 'bulb'. Find, Collaborate, Tweak Search tens of thousands of pre-made lessons or master units.* Download a copy. Manage, Monitor, Integrate Create up to 8 classes. Higher-Blooms, Easier LTI integration with Blackboard, Moodle, Pearson, and more.* Export gradesbook, print worksheets.* Assign students to create lessons. *Unlimited usage of functionality is included in premium package. Rainy Mood 2E | BLOGGISH Cry Plays: The World Playthrough : I have been told numerous times of people who want to be up to date on things, but feel overwhelmed by the amount of videos they would need to watch in order to get up to date on such things. You lose a lot of fun moments, but are caught up entirely with the story and everything of importance that is needed to continue with the game/playthrough if you wish to join me. Because this game deserves some love, man. Note: Some things may be a bit out of order, and other things may be false information. But dammit if it doesn't give you the idea well enough. Hope you guys are okay with that! Because this 10ish minute video took me roughly seven hours to make, from the scripting to the recording to the video splicing. Okay! Have a good one. Music by Okami OST / Datakrash - Buddah, Dr.

English Grammar Pill: Modal Verbs (Part 3) – How to use Modals of Probability (Deduction) In this final part of my modal verbs series, I’d like to address modals of probability (or deduction). We use modals to talk about the chance or probability that something will or will not happen in the future. We call them degrees of probability. Source: The EFL SMART Blog The table below gives you an overview which I will develop. CERTAINTYWhen we are certain that something will happen we use will and be certain to. I will present the document at the next AGM.They are certain to introduce the new prototype now that they have had approval. When we are certain that something will NOT happen, we use won’t I’m sorry, James is on holiday. DEDUCTION If we want to show that something is certain because it is logical form the evidence we use must or can’t. Carl is not answering? Source: The English Blog EXPECTATIONWhen we expect something to happen we use should, ought to, be likely to If we don’t expect something to happen, we shouldn’t, ought not to, be unlikely to PROBABILITY in the PAST Shanthi

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